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The role of private bankers in a context of full transparency

27 April 2017, 5:00PM - 7:00PM, CET

We cordially invite you to join us for an Anti-Money Laundering and Tax Crime conference taking place on Thursday 27 April from 5pm.

The conference will centre on the new tax normal, full transparency, and specifically the role of private bankers and insurers in this new age. Originally perceived as a threat to existing business models, full tax transparency may actually hold new opportunities for the financial sector.

Join us to learn more about recent regulatory changes, and also about how the increasing accessibility of data is an advantage for your organisation.

Our tax, AML experts and our special guest Chris Davidson (KPMG UK) will join us to cover the following topics:

  • Luxembourg legislation on tax crime: an introduction
  • Interaction between tax non-compliance and money laundering (4th Directive)
  • CSSF tax crime circular 17/650, and its links with FATCA/CRS
  • What’s next? New HRMC regulations on failure to prevent tax crime
    Chris Davidson has over 40 years’ experience in tax administration. He joined the Inland Revenue in 1976, becoming the Head of Anti-Avoidance Group at HMRC for 2½ years before joining KPMG in 2014. He chaired the Anti-Avoidance Board and sat on Tax Disputes Resolution Board and other senior governance panels.

The conference will be followed by a networking cocktail.

If you are interested in attending, please confirm your participation using the registration button above by 25 April at the latest.

We look forward to seeing you at this event!


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